The MISSING Part To FIX Your SLICE! Simple Golf Tips

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The MISSING Part To FIX Your SLICE! Simple Golf Tips

In this golf lesson Matt Fryer Golf will give you the missing part to fixing your golf slice! We have all tried the tips online to fix our slices and they sometimes miss the important part that will rid it for good.

As a slicer it takes time and hard work to get rid of your slice, but with this golf lesson you should be able to hit more fairways next time you’re out on the golf course.

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Comments

Santtu Mäki says:

I love how in all these slice videos the slice is (in my eyes) a baby fade. 😂

Poa King says:

Thanks Matt! Harvey Penick would say to slicers: “first we teach you how to hit a hook, then swing slower and it becomes a draw”.

Hamish Bertenshaw says:

Great video Matt, thanks for the tips!

Rich says:

Recently had a lesson where we covered this. I am rotating with my hips really fast (after having learnt how to turn them properly) but now I’m holding back with my arms and wrist angles so it’s causing a slice. Need to let those forearms rotate through. One problem with this though: it seems to swap a slice of a straight pull to the left. Quite a strong one. Next thing I guess is to try to get more of an inside out path rather than outside in. Not easy for me!

westsighed says:

Surely, forearms matching closer together is your 2nd key point Mr.F?? I am/was a slicer and that point resonates more.

Jason Little says:

Whilst I agree with your concept Matt. For me (during the worst part of my swing days). I was very high handed in the delivery and found that if I were to roll the arms over too much (releasing with the forearms), that combined with a high handed delivery (early extension hip thrust) would sometimes mean I would almost miss the ball entirely and do this weird heal shank into the ground.
All I’m getting at is, yes this could be a the missing final fix for some people but I worry there are many people that will think ‘this’ is purely the answer rather than lots of other deep rooted reasons.

Paul Watson says:

Might be a stupid question but is it the same with 3 and 5 wood, great video and I've definitely tried to stop having this problem, but normally happens when I try to swing too fast to smash it down there

Ciaran James Moloney says:

Very good lesson here. Good check is on the practice swing. Hold the finish and see what angle you have. If you're open add a little rotation; if closed hold it off a touch.

Mark K says:

Aren't most slicers over the top out to in swing path? Closing the club face in this instance will be a massive pulled hook? For me, if I leave my club face open its a dead block because I have a more in to out path.

Daniel Honor says:

Great content Matt!….my misses are usually right to left…I think I’m swaying off the ball and trying to catch up with my hands….how about a hooker’s tutorial:)

Fergus Fitzgerald says:

Thanks -Slice is still a problem for me with driver and other low loft clubs – mid irons 5 wood 4 hybrid no problems !
Release is an often overlooked aspect – thanks for reminding us all !

Jordan Jamro says:

Great video, Matt!

Ross says:

Great… thanks Matt… Will give it a try tomorrow!

dan tewkesbury says:

This couldn’t be more understanding of my swing. Great video👍

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